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[audio]Foer - Trajectory [nsh016] - Foer
After some digging through the dusty archives, Foer returns with a live recording from 1998, highlighting some of their most minimal work: Trajectory.
Keywords: Experimental
Downloads: 1,847
[audio]Foer - Landlines [nsh001] - Foer
A collection of work by Foer, a improv electronic duo from Vancouver. A range of crisp ambience with plundered sounds scattered to and fro.
Keywords: Ambient/noise
Downloads: 629
[audio]Foer - Live at DV8 [nsh026] - Foer
Live at DV8 by Foer, a 72 minute live recording dating back from 1999, featuring a confusing barage of improv electronic and ambient music.
Keywords: Ambient/noise
Downloads: 347
[movies]Eyes of a Child - Barry Foer
Video presentation of a Poem by Lane Wallace pullished in Flying Magazine, February of 2000.
Keywords: fly; flying; bfoer; barry foer; ultralight
Downloads: 119
[movies]Reluctant Rider - Barry Foer
Some people are eager to fly in an ultralight. Some are not.
Keywords: befoer; bfoer; barryfoer; ultralight; chirs seeley
Downloads: 116
[texts]Insurrections Of The Mind - Franklin Foer
Founded by Herbert Croly and Walter Lippmann in 1914 to give voice to the growing progressive movement, The New Republic has charted—and shaped—the state of American liberalism, publishing many of the twentieth century's most important thinkers.Insurrections of the Mind is an intellectual biography of this great American political tradition. In more than fifty essays, organized chronologically by decade, a stunning collection of writers explores the pivotal issues of modern America...
Keywords: Psychology; Social Science
Downloads: 2
[movies]My Weekend - Barry Foer
A nice weekend to fly my powered parachute. Good company to share the air with too.
Keywords: bfoer; barryfoer; ultralight; aircraft; fly; flying; my weekend
Downloads: 82
[movies]Fixed Wing Solo - Barry Foer
After many years of flying a powered parachute, I decided to try fixed wing. Here is my solo flight in the ultralight Quicksilver MXL.
Keywords: bfoer; barryfoer; ultralight; aircraft; fly; flying
Downloads: 179
[movies]Eye's of a Child - Barry Foer
Lane Wallace's poem set to video
Keywords: lane wallace; barry foer; bfoer; eyes of a child
Downloads: 139
[movies]Mike Daniels 1st PPC Flight - Barry Foer
February of 2005 and Mike called me for assistance learning to fly.
Keywords: befoer studios; fly; flying; ultralight
Downloads: 118
[movies]Saturday's - Barry Foer
My favorite day of the week.
Keywords: befoer; bfoer; barryfoer; ultralight; powerchute; powered parachute; ppc
Downloads: 72
[movies]Ed's Solo - Barry Foer
Ed Learns to Fly
Keywords: befoer studios; fly; flying; ultralight; ed seeley; solo flight; learning to fly; 1st flight; quicksilver solo
Downloads: 131
[movies]2005 Whitman Air Strip Open House - Barry Foer
The 2005 Whitman Air Strip Open House is a lot of fun for the pilots and the community we fly our small ultralight aircraft in. An old fashioned, family oriented open house party.
Keywords: bfoer; barryfoer; ultralight; aircraft; fly; flying; whitman strip; air strip
Downloads: 277
[texts]Comparison of uncalibrated arterial waveform analysis in cardiac surgery patients with thermodilution cardiac output measurements. (Volume 10) - Sander, Michael
This article is from Critical Care, volume 10.AbstractIntroduction: Cardiac output (CO) monitoring is indicated only in selected patients. In cardiac surgical patients, perioperative haemodynamic management is often guided by CO measurement by pulmonary artery catheterisation (COPAC). Alternative strategies of CO determination have become increasingly accepted in clinical practice because the benefit of guiding therapy by data derived from the PAC remains to be proven and less invasive alternati...
[texts]Prediction of volume response under open-chest conditions during coronary artery bypass surgery. (Volume 11) - Sander, Michael
This article is from Critical Care, volume 11.AbstractIntroduction: Adequate fluid loading is the first step of hemodynamic optimization in cardiac patients undergoing surgery. Neither a clinical approach alone nor conventional parameters like central venous pressure (CVP) and pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (PCWP) are thought to be sufficient for recognizing fluid deficiency or overload. The aim of this study was to evaluate the suitability of CVP, PCWP, global end-diastolic volume index (GE...
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[texts]http://www.qxl.dk/pris/bger-blade/kunst--kultur/film/danske-film/bananen-skrael-den-foer-din-nabo-biograffilmplakat/v/an616314874/ - http://www.qxl.dk/pris/bger-blade/kunst--kultur/film/danske-film/bananen-skrael-den-foer-din-nabo-biograffilmplakat/v/an616314874/
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Keywords: http://www.qxl.dk/pris/bger-blade/kunst--kultur/film/danske-film/bananen-skrael-den-foer-din-nabo-biograffilmplakat/v/an616314874/
Downloads: 43
[texts]The impact of an hematocrit of 20% during normothermic cardiopulmonary bypass for elective low risk coronary artery bypass graft surgery on oxygen delivery and clinical outcome - a randomized controlled study [ISRCTN35655335]. (Volume 10) - von Heymann, Christian
This article is from Critical Care, volume 10.AbstractIntroduction: Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) induces hemodilutional anemia, which frequently requires the transfusion of blood products. The objective of this study was to evaluate oxygen delivery and consumption and clinical outcome in low risk patients who were allocated to an hematocrit (Hct) of 20% versus 25% during normothermic CPB for elective coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery...
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